I like to think I’m a lover of good films (with the obvious outliers like Old School, Dodgeball, and Anchorman).

I’ve had a subscription to Empire magazine for about a decade, and used to head down to Fopp on Shaftesbury Avenue when I lived in London, to find the £3 bargain DVDs which just so happened to be awesome films.

On Netflix, there is a massive lack of what I call awesome films.

There’s the critics choice section, but my wife and I will often search for at least ten minutes trying to find something before giving up. Which is why shows like Stranger Things do so well.

I heard the recent series had 40 million views in its first week.

Not bad for something which I’ve enjoyed, but does seem a bit like The Goonies with a Ghostbuster’s monster.

When there’s so much rubbish on there it’s not difficult to make your original content stand out and get huge viewing figures – which keeps the subscribers (mostly) coming back, and provides more funding for your future original content.

The August subscribers only Guerrilla Investors guide talks about something which hasn’t quite been around since the 1980s, but it has since the 90s.

£20 billion pounds has been invested over that period, with £2 billion coming in the most recently published tax year.

This investment area also stands out amongst a load of rubbish savings accounts, cash ISAs, and fixed term bonds from the mainstream banks.

So maybe inadvertently it’s learning from the Netflix model, without the slowing or declining subscriber numbers.

Only those who are Guerrilla Investors subscribers on the 31st July will see this latest guide land in their inbox the next day.

If you think you’ve got plenty of time to decide if it’s for you, then remember you’ll have a copy of Spend It Wisely to read in the meantime. A physical copy of this booklet goes out to anywhere in the world almost immediately after you sign up.

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All the best,

Stephen Wallis

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